Visage sure feel like a one hit wonder, but followed up Fade to Grey with 3 more top 20 hits that hardly anyone remembers. I saw one of the follow ups on an old TOTP recently. Obviously it wasn't nearly as good as Fade to Grey.This has grown on me
No 8 UK, no 1 Germany
Visage, Fade to Grey
David Morales Red Zone Dub for meOne I've been playing this summer is Blue Pearl, Naked In The Rain...number 1 for more than one week iirc... There's a good mix of that, Paradise Mix is the one for me
Their best tune is the b side from their first single:Visage sure feel like a one hit wonder, but followed up Fade to Grey with 3 more top 20 hits that hardly anyone remembers. I saw one of the follow ups on an old TOTP recently. Obviously it wasn't nearly as good as Fade to Grey.
...and Strawberry Switchblade were managed by the KLF's Bill Drummond it seems.I saw rose macdowall from strawberry switchblade a couple of years ago - shes had a very odd post one hit wonder career singing for loads of industrial & neo-folk acts (including all the nazi ones)
According to spanglechick 's definition of a hit in the OP:If I can't have Freiheit can I have this?
you can have Freiheit (highest chart position #14 in December '88) but not Army of Lovers (highest chart position #31 in February '92). Obviously, Crucified is the better song - I used to have that on 12"For the purposes of this, we'll broadly describe a hit as reaching top 20.
The Beat goes on was Sonny & Cher.The all seeing eye wasnt a cover, it just heavily sampled Buddy Rich. The spears version she actually re-did the vox with the same backing as the all seeing eye version (I think they got a production credit on the LP too).